Auditors say Rep. Christy Perry’s expense reports checked out, but they found one possible discrepancy in Sen. Jim Guthrie’s reports.
Fulcher, a former state senator from Meridian, jumps into the Republican race to succeed Gov. Butch Otter.
In August 2006, Idaho lawmakers slashed $260 million in public school property taxes. How did the move affect K-12? How did it affect taxpayers? We take an in-depth look.
In separate but similar lawsuits, two project vendors seek back payments from the state. CenturyLink estimates its damages at more than $18.5 million.
Legislative auditors will examine travel records filed by Sen. Jim Guthrie, R-McCammon, and Rep. Christy Perry, R-Nampa.
Schools will receive a record $47 million for 2017-18, up from $36.7 million for the current year.
About 2,000 laptops will be distributed this week at Columbia High School.
Idaho Public Television and Idaho Education News collaborated in November to take an in-depth look at the state’s four-day schools.
The new standards won’t be ready for the 2017 legislative session, and 2018 is the new target date, the Associated Press reported this week.
Who’s backing the candidates for Boise school board? We’ll know more by the end of August.